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Writing with Empathy: Humanizing AI-Generated Copy

AI Content with Human Creativity and Authority

This 4-hour Targeted Spot Course is a beginner-friendly program, equipping students with skills to humanize AI content. This course is designed to induce a paradigm shift with the common understanding of AI contents: it could be further improved with human creativity, personality, expertise, and authority to connect with more people.

Course Schedule: August 09, 2024

Individual Rate: 5,000 PHP (90 USD)

Online Live via

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Course Structure

Day 1: Humanizing AI-Generated Copy

Session 1: Introduction to AI Content and Adding Human Touch
– Overview of AI-generated content and its uses
– Common misconceptions about AI content and the importance of humanizing it
– Using storytelling to enhance AI-generated text

Session 2: Techniques for Infusing Human Creativity
– Leveraging human expertise to add authoritative insights and perspectives
– Cross-verification to ensure accuracy and credibility
– Best practices for creating engaging and relatable content

Test 1: Assessing understanding of humanizing AI-generated content.


Final Project: Create and enhance an AI-generated persuasive article for a hypothetical scenario. (1-week Deadline)


1-Day Study


4 Hours/Week


Live Online Classes


1 Quiz, 1 Final Project






Digital Certificate Available


MS Office/Google Suite, Zoom Professional, Viber

What You’ll Learn

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Humanize AI contents with creativity and expertise
  • Understand the limits of AI and bridge its gap towards efficiency
  • Appreciate human discernment amid the emergence of AI technology
Course Schedules
  • August 09, 2024, Fri. 5PM to 9pm
Corporate Rates Available.

Special Packages and Rates are available for your organization.

Course Instructor

Dr. Pauline Gidget Estella is a researcher and lecturer based in Germany, with teaching and supervision engagements in Sweden and Turkey. She previously held the position of assistant professor at the University of the Philippines. Currently, Dr. Estella is one of the researchers in the DECIPHER project, a comparative study funded by the German Research Foundation, which examines COVID-19-related crisis communication in Europe and the U.S.

Dr. Estella has extensive experience teaching communication research, journalism, and intercultural communication in reputable institutions in Germany, the Philippines, and Turkey. Beyond academia, she has provided consultancy services for various stakeholders, including research consultancy for international organizations such as the European Journalism Centre, and curriculum evaluation consultancy for the Philippine Department of Education. Additionally, she has worked as a workplace communication consultant for numerous government agencies and private companies in the Philippines.

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